KGAS (AM)

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KGAS
City of license Carthage, Texas, U.S.
Broadcast area East Texas
Frequency 1590 kHz
First air date 1955[1]
Format Sports
Power 2,500 Watts (daytime)
128 Watts (night)
Class D
Facility ID 31065
Transmitter coordinates 32°09′12″N 94°18′52″W / 32.15333°N 94.31444°W / 32.15333; -94.31444
Affiliations ESPN Radio
Owner Jerry T. Hanszen
Sister stations KGAS-FM
Website www.kgasradio.com

KGAS (1590 AM "KGAS-AM Radio") is a radio station that broadcasts an sports radio format with local news, weather, and sports. Licensed to Carthage, Texas, USA, the station serves the East Texas area. It first began broadcasting in 1955. The station is currently owned by Jerry T. Hanszen.

KGAS carries The Bob Griffin Radio Show, broadcast from KEEL (AM) in Shreveport, Louisiana, a program of travel reports, features, area personalities, and uplifting human interest stories, often with Christian testimonies.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ About KGAS Radio. Retrieved on 2008-05-14.
  2. ^ "Who is Bob Griffin?". bobgriffinonline.com. Retrieved June 12, 2014. 

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